You guys, I'm siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii(cough, hack)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiick. The World's Worst Cold was the World's Worst Cold because it was, in fact, pneumonia. I haven't been sick like this since Ethan's first year of life, in which I used all ten alloted sick days and the majority of my ten vacation days battling repeated cases of bronchitis, stomach flu and
mastitis. Many of you have expressed concern and a bit of confusion over the treatments for pneumonia (RA
, for instance, worried that an external and purposeful lung puncture, most likely with a hollowed out ink pen, was part of it), but the truth is far less immediate and horrifying: two weeks of twice-daily antibiotics and a lot of rest.
I know; I'm thrilling you with this information. But this is where it gets good.
When I looked up my medication
on Google (I like to be an informed consumer), I learned that it's also used to treat cases of malaria and inhaled anthrax. Considering the high-risk bio-weapons espionage work I've been doing lately, I consider this killing two birds with one stone.
yikes, pneumonia. hope you feel better soon...
Whoa. Pneumonia. Anything with a silent letter is a silent killer. Take care of yourself. At least you have the good drugs.
Get well soon girl. From everyone back home in Ireland xxx
Then rest you must! Hope you are feeling better soon. Take it easy!
Oh sweetie, noooooo! Not pneumonia! Take good care of yourself, you hear?
Curious question - what happens to a mommy at home when you're that sick?
How does that work?
Man, that might be a simple question, but I've never been that sick at a time when I couldn't just take Abs to daycare.
So, I'm curious.
erin - i hope you feel better soon! have a speedy recovery...hopefully you'll be able to rest up :)
magnolia—Thanks for the well wishes!
L&WH—No joke. You should make t-shirts with that slogan.
Anon—Thanks to all my peeps across the sea.
Lisa—Thank you. I hear pickles are a good alternative remedy...
Sal—I do hear, but better in the afternoons (my ears are stuffy in the mornings).
Lish—That is a very compelling question, and one I will have to answer with another post.
stephanie—thank you, pal.
At least you don't have to worry if attacked by a cloud of malaria-filled mosquitoes?
Feel better soon!!
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